Czech Automobile Industry Association convenes an international conference of Visegrad countries in Prague in mid-April. The topics will be new CO2 emissions regulation and the arrival of clean mobility. Who will be on the invitations list?
A total of 945,780 motor vehicles were produced in the Czech Republic this year, AutoSAP reported. The passenger cars approached the millionth border (940,536). An extra year-on-year increase was recorded in the manufacture of trucks (+ 40%). More buses were produced than in the same period last year.
In the Czech Republic, a total of 775,001 road vehicles (both motor and trailer) were produced in the first half of the year: • Manufacture of road vehicles grew by 5.1% y / y • Domestic sales of road vehicles grew by 8.8% • Exports of road vehicles increased by 4 , 7%, AutoSAP said.
The production of passenger cars in the Czech Republic fell by 1.7 percent year-on-year to 583,586 vehicles in five months. Lower production was reported by TPCA factory. It dropped 16 percent to 89,099 cars, according to data published by the Automotive Industry Association.
Czech Automotive Industry Association published a number of vehicles produced in the country in January 2017. According to them, the total automobile production grew in January by 16.62% and for the first time in January, the production exceeded 130,000 vehicles.
The leaders of the Czech automotive industry elected new AIA president on Tuesday, December 20, 2016. Martin Jahn was replaced by Skoda board member Bohdan Wojnar.
The car production in the Czech Republic exceeded the limit of 1 million vehicles produced this year. From January to September 2016, the CR produced 1,002,603 pieces of all kinds of motor vehicles, which is 7.2% more than in the same period of 2015.
Automotive Industry Association comes up with the idea about the direction of the National Road Safety Strategy. The AIA view will promote former Tatra manager and now advisor to the President of the Association Petr Karasek.
The United Kingdom’s stunning decision to abandon the European Union could slash automakers’ profits by billions of dollars and cut new-vehicle sales by nearly a million units over the next three years, top managers warned.
Production of passenger cars in the Czech Republic in five months increased 13 percent to 593,743 vehicles, according to data from the Automotive Industry Association.
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